Abstract

Date Presented 04/06/19

An individual may face many challenges to recovery after stroke, particularly with regaining use of their upper extremity. Although repetitive task-oriented training is considered an optimal intervention in stroke rehabilitation, there is limited research using this type of treatment in a virtual context. The purpose of the study was to provide two virtual-reality interventions over four weeks to adults who were poststroke and measure their change in function in their affected upper extremity.

Primary Author and Speaker: Tamara Mills

Additional Authors and Speakers: Sara Buggelli

Contributing Authors: Evan Brooks, Rayyan Bukhari, Veronika Marikovska, Emily McClean, Alyssa Sellers, Arrah Thomas

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